I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Juniper Networks in August 2012.
Interview Details – Review resumes from HR and/or referrals; phone screens with HR & hiring manager; on-site interviews with the management and team; rank the candidates after team discussion; extend offer in the order of ranked candidates
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for us instead of staying at our competitor's company? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Pleasant, HR is efficient and hiring manager is transparent
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Juniper Networks in August 2012.
Interview Details – initial phone call followed by multiple rounds of ppl at the team.
Interview Question – nothing much mostly related to prev work Answer Question
Negotiation Details – good/
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Juniper Networks in May 2012.
Interview Details – First telephone interview with the hiring manager. This was followed up by telephone interviews with a number of key staff. Finally a visit to Sunnyvale for face to face with many people including a detailed debrief. I was impressed by the attention to detail and indeed have seen the same thing here as we interviewed other staff.
Interview Question – What do you want to know about juniper View Answer
Negotiation Details – Limited negotiation on the core package but more on side benefits. Make sure you get full commitments on career progression and targets before joining. Having arrived career progression has been challenging.
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Juniper Networks in May 2012.
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Interview Question – implement offsetof in C. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Pretty competitive.
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Juniper Networks in May 2012.
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Interview process is standard.
Three or four developers and couple of managers interview
Interview Question – Describe your last project Answer Question
The process took 1 week - interviewed at Juniper Networks in April 2012.
Interview Details – 1 phone interview and an onsite interview with lot of technical questions on timing. power
Interview Question – electromagnetics Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Juniper Networks in March 2012.
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Was pretty fast turn around due to business need. Recruiter contacted me and got me in touch with the hiring manager who gave me the job description and started the phone screen at the same time. Since I had been preparing, I was ready for the phone screen. Next day a parallel team manager contacted me for an opening in their team (the previous team found a matching candidate the had been interviewing).
In the past, another team had done the same, where I was supposed to have a talk with the engineer since I dint seem to be a match and recruiter was confident. But instead of being a 10 minute conversation explaining what the team did he started off the phone screen, for which I wasnt prepared (dint end well). But coming back to the current interview, the phone screen result was out the next day and I went in for an onsite two days later.
Had a good engaging 1:1 interviews with 5 engineers. They all over shot their slots and what was supposed to have ended at 12:30pm ended at 1:30 pm without a lunch break.
Next week I had a positive result, but the requisition for the position was not approved due to business / budget reasons (dint quite make sense then why interview in the first place). Really appreciated the honesty of the recruiter who kept communication open about any updates. Eventually 3 weeks later things got approved and an offer came through.
Interview Question – All questions were to do with my engineering and work back ground. Answer Question
Negotiation Details –
Be honest, POLITE when asked what you currently make (since back ground check will verify it) and also be honest about what you expect (salary and position vice). Voice your concerns you may have had in the past with these (eg in your prev job you dint get a salary bump and now you are lagging on the pay scale, etc).
I put forth my expectation candidly, backed it by what is the market avg and why if that need isnt met, it wont make sense for me to leave my current job. Also mentioned any other factors that I was willing to over look or leave (immigration, bonus, RSU, Stock options etc). Three to four back and forths, but we came to common grounds.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Juniper Networks in February 2012.
Interview Details – Applied through a Employee Referral, got a call next day from one of the engineer. Had 5 phone screen interviews before I was asked to for a 1:1 personal interview onsite. Had 6 interviews in 1:1 personal interview during onsite interviews including a lunch interview with hiring manager.
Negotiation Details – Was not able to negotiate
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Juniper Networks in November 2011.
Interview Details – Initially had a phone call with staffing agency (3rd party) who described the opportunity, team, and expectations and asked about my background to see if there was a match. Thereafter, she shared my resume with the hiring manager, and the HR department then took over and arranged a phone interview with the hiring manager. There was strong interest due to my skill set, background in similar industry and products, and education. After clearing the initial interview by phone, I was invited for another phone interview with the hiring manager's manager, which took place about 1.5 weeks after. I was asked about my work history and explained how I felt I could add value to the team and company (knowledge of security products, product marketing - writing, presenting, etc.).After clearing that interview, I was invited for an in-person interview with both the hiring manager and 2 other team members. That interview took place about 1 week after. This lasted a total of about 40 minutes - about 30 minutes with 1 team member (other one was unable to meet) and 10 minutes with the hiring manager (as we had already conversed on phone in detail). I felt good about the in-person meetings. About 1 week later, I was made an offer through the HR rep who had arranged the in-person interview.
Interview Question – Can you tell me how you would manage a new product launch? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I didn't negotiate, as I was .pleased with the overall offer (base salary and benefits package).
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Juniper Networks in September 2011.
Interview Details – I got an interview call through employee referral. It consisted of 4 1:1 interviews that went about 45-50 min each. Most of the questions are based on pseudo codes in C, Java. Last interview had a few behavioral questions. There was one puzzle too. Quite a tough interview to crack . It went pretty well though. But I got a call from a recruiter after a week that they have hired someone with more experience.
Interview Question – A code in Bash shell program using C language. View Answer
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